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REPEAT MEDICATION - we are trying to cut down on waste of medicines.  Please take a few minutes to watch the video clip https://vimeo.com/195451001

TELEPHONE NUMBERS - MOBILE and HOME - please ensure that we have the correct contact telephone numbers for you.

TELEPHONE CALL RECORDING: Please note that we now record all  incoming and outgoing telephone calls to the Practice for quality and training purposes.

Community Nurses

ARRAN    0141 429 2626

Judith Reilly, RN, DN, independent Prescriber, leads our team of district nurses who visit patients who are housebound and need nursing care.  Judith is supported by Tracey MacLeod, Paula Armstrong and Donna Clark.  The nurses are based at The Crescent Medical Practice and can be contacted there each weekday.  The district nurses administer the flu vaccination to the Practice's housebound patients.

POLLOK    0141 531 6814

Morna Conley RN, DN, Independent Prescriber leads are our team of district nurses who visit patients who are housebound and who need nursing care.  Ann is supported by Nichola Braddick, Ashley McKinnon and Terry O'Neil.  The nurses are based at Pollok Health Centre and can be contacted there each weekday.  The district nurses administer the flu vaccination to the Practice’s housebound patients.

Health Visitors

Arran

0141 531 8426

Pamela Parker RSCN; SCPHN is our health visitor.  She is based at Govan Health Centre and not at the practice.  Her aim is to promote good health and her work commitment places particular emphasis on the health of expectant mothers, young children and the elderly. At times the health visitor will visit your home.  If you do not recognise her, do not be afraid to ask for identification. 

The health visitor and the GPs carry out child developmental assessments These checks are made at 6 weeks and age 2 years. 

Mandy McCartney and practice nurses run the childhood immunisation clinics on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Notification of appointments for each of these clinics will be sent to you by post.

Pollok

0141 531 6813

 Carol Ann Carey and Kirsty McLelland are our health visitors.  Their aim is to promote good health and their work commitment places particular emphasis on the health of expectant mothers, young children and the elderly. 

The health visitor and the GPs carry out child developmental assessments These checks are made at 6 weeks and age 2 years.  The health visitor has a baby clinic every Thursday between 13:00 - 14:30.

Maria McCartney supports the practice nurse with the childhood immunisation clinics every Tuesday afternoon between 13:50 - 16:00. Notification of appointments for each of these clinics will be sent to you by post.

If the health visitors are not available to take you telephone call, you can leave a message on the answering machine.

 
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